HOLIDAY TRAINS ANNOUNCEMENT

Richfield Spring Scenic Railway shares Holiday Trains Announcement for Festive Fridays and the Santa Special!!

UCSV Train in Winter forest

The Santa Special

THE SANTA SPECIAL: Santa Claus will be making a visit from the North Pole! Join us for a leisurely ride along the illuminated tracks to the West End Christmas Town in the cedar woods! We expect the roundtrip to take about 90 minutes, as we may run into some of St. Nick’s friends along the way!

Saturday, 12/3 & Sunday, 12/11 @ 3:00 pm

Festive Fridays

FESTIVE FRIDAYS: Enjoy our heated passenger cars, holiday music, and the unique ‘ColorGlo’ lighted railway experience!

Fridays in December @ 4:30 pm (12/2, 12/9, 12/16, 12/23)

Tickets on Sale Now!

We hope you can join us in celebrating the holiday season with our quirky brand of railroad fun!

$20 adults & $10 children (ages 3-12). $2 of every ticket sale will be donated to local charities!

All trains are advance sale ONLY and limited to 30 riders per train, so reserve your tickets now! Last year our holiday trains were very popular and sold out – reserve your seats now!

Richfield Springs Scenic Railway

The Richfield Springs branch of the Lackawanna Railroad in central New York has its origin as the Utica, Chenango and Susquehanna Valley Railroad built in 1868. The line was absorbed by the Lackawanna Railroad (DL&W) in 1870 and provided freight and passenger services through the early years of the twentieth century. The DL&W merged with the Erie Railroad in 1960 to form the Erie Lackawanna Railway Company (EL) with the now merged railroad providing “freight service only” to customers in the three county region served by the line. In 1974 the EL sold the branch to the Central New York Railroad Corporation (CNY) of Cooperstown, New York. The CNY continued to provide freight service on the line into the early 1990’s. See more about the history of the Richfield Springs Scenic Railway history and their current work to preserve this historic past for future generations.

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